Help Your Clients Prepare for Snowmelt and Spring Flood Risk

To raise awareness about the risks of snowmelt and spring flooding and encourage residents to purchase a flood insurance policy, FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is partnering with communities to launch flood insurance marketing campaigns this Spring.

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Flood Risk: What Is Riverine Flooding? (English)

Flooding is the most expensive natural disaster in the United States, and rivers cause hundreds of floods every year. Protect the life you’ve built with flood insurance from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

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Flood Risk: What Is Snowmelt Flooding? (English)

Even if there isn’t snow where you live, you may be at risk for snowmelt flooding. But flood insurance from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) gives you peace of mind, knowing you can recover more quickly.

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Survivor Story: Bob and Redgy Nelson (90 sec)

Bob and Redgy Nelson experienced significant flood damage to their house as a result of summer rainfall. With the help of flood insurance from the NFIP, they were able rebuild their home.

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Survivor Story: Marty Severson (90 sec)

Marty Severson, a retired veteran from Sparta, Wisconsin, experienced significant flood damage to his home when a nearby river overflowed its banks. With the help of flood insurance from the NFIP, he was able to get back to his routine faster.